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Approved: Ned’s Atomic Dustbin God Fodder Gig

By | Published on Monday 28 June 2010

So, here’s a blast from the past. “Did you miss the one-off live full back-to-back rendition of our classic album ‘God Fodder’ last year?”, the Neds Atomic Dustbin MySpace asks. “Then you fucked up!” it concludes.

But that’s not actually true. The now reformed seminal early 1990s indie outfit will be playing their classic long player in full once again as part of the reopening of the HMV Institute in Birmingham in September (25 Sep to be precise). Says singer Jonn Penney: “Back when we first toured ‘God Fodder’, we didn’t play in Birmingham and that’s something we’ll be very happy to address all these years later. We can’t wait to christen the new venue and set a new bar-takings record!”

If you want to remind yourself what these guys were all about (or introduce yourself to it all, you young types), then most of the songs off the album are on their MySpace player and, if you know what you’re doing, the full album is somewhere within MySpace Music. Or follow the bit.ly link below to find out about how you can get a VIP ticket for the gig which includes a limited edition poster and an after show party or some such.

www.myspace.com/nedsatomicdustbin
bit.ly/aduudo



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